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a resume there. >> she does, wolf. wendy deng murdoch took us by surprise when she sprang into action to defend her husband. her toughness and resilience come as no surprise. when she lunged at the man with a shaving cream pie, wendi deng murdoch did more than just protect her husband, she left some witnesses surprised. millions of chinese cheering, and those who know her story, nodding. >> she is tough. she has taken the cards that life has dealt her, and she's played them to the hilt. >> reporter: and wendi deng was the daughter of a factory engineer, a student who excelled in volleyball. according to published reports, wendi deng befriended an american couple, they taught her english and sponsored herviews amp she lived with them in the u.s. in the 1980s. then according to reports had an affair with the husband. the couple divorced, then wendi deng married the man. >> she stayed married long enough to get a green card. some see it as ruthless, others see it as something that happens, and there -- i've got to say there are many, many chinese women who would trade plays -- places wit
is the author of "reality is broken." why games make us better. and in los angeles is wendy walsh. dfr psychology. she has been on the show before. works a lot with children. thanks for joining us. let me start with you, wendy. i know you disagree with the ruling. you say video games can be harmful. how can we protect our kids? >> in some ways, video games can be catharsis. for teens and the developing brain, think about it. how do we shape behavior? through repetition and role playing. now these children and the studies are showing that the average number of hours that an adolescent boy place games is 13 hours a week, a girl about 5 hours a week. those kids tend to have more conflicts with their teachers, more aggression at school and lower grades. we're actually training aggression through these games with the developing brain. >> there are so many studies on this, the supreme court cited a lot of these studies as well. jane, you have a different take. do you think these games can be harmful? >> well, i do think the research shows if kids are playing games more than 20 hours a week,
better. and in los angeles is wendy walsh. she has been on the show before. works a lot with children. thanks for joining us. let me start with you, wendy. i know you disagree with the ruling. you say video games, violent games, can be harmful. >> in some ways, video games can be catharsis. for teens and the developing brain, think about it. how do we shape behavior? repetition and role playing. now these children and the studies are showing that the average number of hours that a teen boy or girl is 13 hours a week. they tend to have more aggression at school and lower grades. we are training aggression through these games. >> there are so many studies. jane, you have a different take. simply starting, do you think these games can be harmful? >> i do think the research shows that if kids are playing games more than 20 hours a week, there could be negative impacts. the most important thing for parents to understand is fewer than 20 hours a week or less than 3 hours idea has been shown to have a host of impacts of confidence and problem-solve abilities and if they are playing games wit
by a member of the public and rewarded with a right hook from wife wendy. the police arrived sometime later. it's the type of story rebecca brooks would have loved when he edited the sun or "news of the world." now the exchief followed the murdoches into the committee room and matched their contrition. >> it seems like you were so unaware of such fundamental issues -- >> in some ways i think the opposite. i don't know anyone in their right mind who would authorize no sanctioned approval, anyone listening to the voice mails under those circumstances. i don't know anyone who would think it was the right and proper thing to do. >> but someone did it, approved it and covered it up. when rupert murdoch swept out of westminster we were no closer to knowing who. we do know this was a day he did not enjoy. >> well, the impact of rupert murdoch news corporation reaches far beyond the u.k. his company was born in australia in 1952 as news limited which today is about 70% of australian numerous. we're joined by a professor at the university of sydney. he joins me now. thank you for joining us. what di
time friend wendy murphy good to see you former prosecutor. long time no see. gentlemen first in this regard, joey does he buttress does he beef up does he support grapd paw enough for the savaging that is about to come? >> any closing argument is about wrapping up the evidence and putting out the theory. it was done in a masterful way. not only does he explain the lies in and of themselves he goes further to explain it has everything to do with this. in addition to talking with her as a liar somebody in a premedicated way would do this. she can't keep up with motherho motherhood. now we turn to the defense and try to discuss how they live in a fantasy world. the defense would have you believe in order for you to suggest in any way, shape or form that george would be involved in this it would be preposterous. he is a doting grandparent by all means. he puts a suicide note and in a a suicide note he says you read this jurors you take it back there with you and in any suicide note that would be the opportunity for any one to purring themselves of all guilt. is there anything in
guy just cannot avoid it. good afternoon in the middle of a heatwave, i'm wendy rieger in for jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. dozens of states in the district are under heat advisories and warnings today. it's because of a heat dome caused by a huge area of high pressure that is compressing hot, moist air beneath it. >> this heat dome is now over our area, and we've got live team coverage for you. but let's start with doug kammerer up in the storm center. doug? >> we're dealing with dangerous heat out there, as you just mentioned. temperatures out there hovering close to 100 degrees in many locations. but it's not just the heat, it's the humidity and the heat index. right now, it's 97 degrees out there, current temperature, dew point of 77. and right now the heat index in the d.c. area, 112. that's the way it feels out there on the exposed skin. everybody under a heat warning right now, and that heat warning is going to continue throughout the night tonight, through the day tomorrow, and they have just extended it through the day on saturday, too, for a heat index between 105
definitely want to carry a water bottle to stay hydrated, maybe an umbrella. good hot afternoon, i'm wendy rieger. >> i'm barbara harrison, pat is off. >>> veronica johnson joins us to tell us if this is one last gas for summer? we hope? >> it is for now one last gasp, not talking about anything for july or august. because right now we're on par with not only the hottest july ever, but this could probably be our hottest summer ever, as far as today goes, we've had several hours with a tofrt of 102 degrees. at 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00 and now at 4:00. and yes, the moisture has been quite high today, but with the wind, we've had help with the northwest wind. it's been good enough to mix some dry air down. so earlier today, it actually felt a little stickier. right now, the heat index value is at 105 degrees. temperatures throughout the area, look at that, 102, even up in if frederick, maryland. a bunch of 100s now on our map. but factor it in, and that humidity, and what it actually feels like out there is 105 to about 110, most locations this afternoon. and, again, we have been there for severa
at the attacker. that kind of fierce devotion and protection seemed familiar to those familiar with wendi murdoch. nbc's andrea mitchell has more on the wife of rupert murdoch. >> reporter: she responded in a flash, leaping forward to protect her husband from an attacker. instinctive, fierce, athletic. a former volleyball player in school. all that, plus a lot more. the young, glamorous, chinese-born third wife of rupert murdoch. >> i think all the people are movers and shakers here. >> reporter: for hours, all through her husband's grueling testimony today, wendi murdoch was right behind him, willing him on, clearly ready to respond. >> watching him so carefully, she was the first to be able to get up and, before the police or before anyone else, swat away this aggressor. >> reporter: now, 42, wendi murdoch has been married to the 80-year-old media baron for 12 years since meeting him as a young executive for one of his tv operations in hong kong. the union was controversial at first. rupert murdoch now 102-year-old mother called her new daughter-in-law a designing woman, especially after she ch
. >> other than wendy in her dressing room and the hot locations, where in town would you you go if you're looking for a night out. if you wanted to be in the it crowd and be seen? you'd go to adams morgan, to district maybe to public. maybe to the leukemia lymphoma society and the annual ball they have or the humane society's annual ball they have. this is the category, if you are anyone or you want to be someone. these are the places that you would absolutely go. so this is what you would do, you go to and see the 12 you have on the scene in front of you, you pick and vote for your favorite ones you'd like to represent. >> this is cool. and all the other categories too. you have restaurants, bars, cocktails, the works. >> best places to get drunk food, best bathrooms to use for a night out. we're trying to find the best of the best for washington, d.c.. the places that personify our location. the things that people in d.c. love to do. >> let's talk about big talkers this morning. a lot of hot topics today, but one of them had to do with workweek and workday, 9:00 to 5:00 is
's going to be. >> i don't think it's lovely at all. i'm sweating right now, wendy. but coming up in the next couple of days, it is going to get worse as far as the heat is concerned. we're going to be up around 100 degrees by the end of the week. but that heat index could be up there around 110. let's show you what's happening outside right now across the area. we're into the 90s. current temperature outside at the airport is up there in the 90-degree range. 91 degrees. dew point of 71. winds out of the south at 11 miles per hour. we'll be back in just a minute to let you know how hot things are going to get. >> thank you, doug. >>> a scary scene in rockville this morning. a school bus caught fire on southbound 270 near montrose road, just before 11:00. the driver was the only person on board when the engine compartment caught fire. he wasn't hurt. the southbound lanes of 270 were closed as crews doused the flames, creating a traffic headache that extended to montgomery avenue. of but things are back to normal now. >>> a pedestrian is struck and seriously injured in d.c. today. i
muttering, you greedy billionaire. the woman in pink, wendi deng slapped the assailant who falls backward. a self-described comic was arrested this. is the day ruperermurdoch and his son did not want to see. they were summoned to answer questions about the scandal that rocked the country, allegations of widespread criminal activity by reporters at murdoch's now shuttered tabloid "news of the world." listen to this for a man infamous for his arrogance and ruthlessness. >> this is the most humble day of my life. >> reporter: rupert murdoch born in australia, age 80, an american citizen, presides over a global empire with $33 billion in revenue. he's the boss, but the buck does not stop with him and he is not planning to step aside. ? because i feel the people i trust trusted, i feel i'm the best to -- >> reporter: at his son james, an american citizen, runs company operations in europe and asia. when he was younger, he was the family rebel. now if he can hold on, he'll take over from his dad. >> if i knew then what we know now we would have taken more action around that and moved faster to
the woman who can really pack a punch. we're talking about wendy murdoch, the wife of rupert murdoch. she was the first person to leap to her husband's defense when a protester tried to hit him in the face with a pie as he was testifying in front of parliament about that phone-hacking scandal. who is she, and what do her actions say about her? we'll get into that. ichbl >>> and i may be holding a delectable dessert, but we'll be talking about restaurant chains that sell meals and desserts like this that can give you an entire day's worth of calorie and fat in one sitting. >> i know. and it looks really enticing. >> you shouldn't drink it, but on a day like today, you put it on your forehead. it's nice. >>> on that point, let's go directly to al for a check of today's weather. hey, al. >> in fact, on the map, you get an idea, when you say 32 states, we're talking about 100 million people. almost two-thirds of the population of the united states under either a heat watch, a heat warning or a heat advisory. and here's why. we've got this big area, upper-level ridge of high pressure. but here
in the phone hacking scandal coverage. >> for quick action to defend her husband earns wendy some positive press. and nbc takes a shot at abc over the practice of checkbook journalism. details next on news watch. premiering the revolution by lg. the newest release with verizon 4g lte. the first phone pre-loaded with access to netflix's massive movie library. powered by verizon 4g lte for an unparalleled streaming experience. see how mobile entertainment was meant to be seen. only with verizon 4g lte. now get the revolution by lg for $199.99 and receive 3 months of netflix free. is actually finding choices the whole family will love. five flavors of chex are gluten-free, including the honey nut flavor. and it's nice for me to be able to syes" to something that they want to eat. [ male announcer ] chex cereal. five flavor gluten free >> oh! >>. >> well, that was the scene last week when rupert murdoch's wife wendy took action to defend her husband from a foam pie throwing maniac who druted the parliament hearing in the news of the world phone hacking scandal owned by newscorp, the parent co
earns wendy some positive press. and nbc takes a shot at abc over the practice of checkbook journalism. details next on news watch. now?! [ female announcer ] crest whitestrips two hour express. in just two hours you can have a noticeably whiter smile that lasts for months. hi. hi. [ female announcer ] two hour whitestrips from crest. life opens up when you do. but also a caring touch. you learn to get a feel for the trouble spots. to know its wants... its needs...its dreams. ♪call 1-800-steemer. >> oh! >>. >> well, that was the scene last week when rupert murdoch's wife wendy took action to defend her husband from a foam pie throwing maniac who druted the parliament hearing in the news of the world phone hacking scandal owned by newscorp, the parent company of fox news channel, now, just about all of the divisions of newscorp have been excoriated by our fellow media brethren for this scandal and perhaps, at least some of those divisions, serbed it, but wendy got some positive news. >> and it was a fairly possible or thecle. >> who can argue she completely nailed that guy like a wen
was it covered. >> gotcha moment and something on television, the guy with the phone. >> the wendy punch. >> punch out the pie. >> great coverage. >> as noel shepherd of news busters pointed out. some nitwit at msnbc it shus have been a conspiracy and the murdoches must have been behind the pie thrower, and sympathy for them. the story is divided into four different threads, if you will. one is the murdoches and the news corporation, wendy side bar. and second the rest of the british media culture appears to have the same issue at hand and the third is now the penetration into british politics, head of scotland yard resigning and david cameron 163 questions in one session and the most speculative, i think, what kirsten was saying, most american audience, can the obama justice department or somebody else find some way into damaging or subpoenaing the american part of this operation, which has no linkage i know of to anything happening in britain. >> that's pretty farfetched, number four. i can tell you i was impressed. the guardian actually did a story how it was, i won't say the word on
, the breakout star of the hearings was murdoch's crime-fighting wife wendi deng, seen here pummeling an idiot. [laughter] you know, i bet when rupert murdoch was 38 years old, he had no idea that somewhere out there in the world was a baby girl named wendi who would one day save his life. [laughter] but it wasn't just her ultimate fighting skills that captivated a nation. it was the clear displeasure that she took in listening to those who would question her husband. that is a look that says, "easy, girls. your time is near." that is a scowl. the last time i saw a look of disapproval that even came close the that is when welly geist stared down mark halperin after halperin called president obama a dick. >> i became part of the joke, but that's no excuse. i made a mistake, and i'm sorry. i shouldn't have said it. [laughter] >> jon: i wonder if wendi deng would approve of willie geist's scowl. no. seriously, her scowl puts his scowl... makes his scowl almost look like approval. you know what that means, scowl-off. let me try. here we go. oh, boy, i feel terrible. rushing this morning to get a c
'm wendy rieger enjoying the air conditioning. it is hard to escape it, the heat bearing down on us today. >> believe it or not, a heat advisory for our area has just been lifted. >> yeah. >> doug. are we on the down side of these temps? >> i think we are, we're going to go through the next couple hours, still going to be hot and extremely humid. the heat index still over 100 degrees. with the temperature of 96 degrees, it's still hot, over the next couple hours things are going to start to cool off a little bit. you can see plenty of sunshine bright blue skies. current temperature is 97 degrees with the wind coming out of the north at 15 to 20 miles an hour. that breeze helped me to keep things feel a little cooler, the temperatures outside, i mentioned 97 at the airport, the rest of the area 93 back toward winchester. right now down toward fredericksburg, temperature of 95 degrees. look at the heat index, down toward fredericksburg, 112, it is 103 in washington. 107 in culpepper, right now, 97 in annapolis. a very hot and humid atmosphere this afternoon, we will be cooling off later on
trial lawyer, ricky, and wendy murphy, former prosecutor. i know we have a lot to talk about. wendy, what is your reaction, the initial reaction to what the judge was able to do? because according to everyone that i have talked to, he threw the book at her, at least the book that he was given to the jury. >> it was a paper back but a book nonetheless. he gave her the max. no question. why he chose to do that, my sense is, although judges may never admit this, when there is a mob outside and they are angry and they believe something happened to this child, even though she's acquitted, when the public feels like the justice system failed, the judge will do what needs to be done to keep things calm. let's say judge perry is right, that she will have at most one more month behind the bars, or at least a few weeks, it allows this noise to calm down. >> do you agree with ricky, that it allows it to dissipate and the fact that there are angry mobs. there are people across this country that are angry but they are not outside the courthouse all gathered together. does this give an apiecement
to "christian world news" i am gary lane. george thomas and wendy griffith out this week. muslim holy month of ramadan begins this week. many christians see it as an opportunity to pray for the muslim world and launch their own 30-days of prayer and fasting. >> in august muslims around the world are observing their holy month of ramadan. it requires daily fasts of food and water. muslims see it as an opportunity to draw nearer to their god. dr. michael youssef. >> they want to know they can really relate to god. in islam you cannot relate to their god. he is so far removed. >> dr. youssef hosts a tv program called leading the way and broadcasts it into the muslim world. he said it is important for christians to pray for the muslims during ramadan. >> christians during the month of ramadan must pray for muslims to know god and become a reality. >> islam is a fast growing religion and 50 muslim majority countries in the world. people are oppressed by the strict interpretation of islamic law imposed on society. women suffer the worst treatment. >> women in islam are treated as half of a man. j
of him outside he had something all over his face. wendy dang in the pink jumping up. she is a volleyball player. that looks like a spike. she's known to be a fan of volleyball. anyway, you can see the pie right there trying to get in the face of rupert murdoch. the woman in the gray i'm not sure who she is. she was sitting to the left op of wendy dang. michelle is with us now. is this ovenly some type of protesters coming in to disrupt this and create a true embarrassment to rupert murdoch by delivering a pie in the face? >> we guess. we're basically looking at the exact same pictures that you are. and we're seeing a feed from all over sources here in the uk. it's the same picture so far. it does look like he had smm something in a tin in his hand and then it's all over himself. you assume he was trying to throw a pie possibly in rupert murdoch's face. you never know was there something else dangerous involved surrounding that. there was tight, tight secure of course going in there. how he got that much in there. maybe it was shaving cream in a tin, who knows. we're watching this unfold
's followers did not appreciate the tactic. i'm wendy krieger sitting in for greg melvin. tonight on capitol hill, they have nothing. in a span of a few hours this evening, it appeared a deal to raise the nation's deal ceiling was imminent, but now it appears, they are still on opposite sides. and now a report on how to u.s. will try to stay from default. >> reporter: wit was intense behind the scenes negotiations, and with intense deadlines looming and no deal on the table, they claim they are talking with president obama. >> the only way to get an agreement by tuesday is to have an agreement with the president of the united states. >> harry reid scheduled an overnight test vote for his own plan, but the republicans united to prevent a final vote. so senator reid decided to try again on sunday. >> we spoke to the white house. quite a few times this evening. they have asked me to give everyone as much time as possible to reach an agreement if one can be reached. >> reporter: still the house preemptively shot the bill down before it got off of the grounds. >> the rules are not suspend and the
. but that's about to change. good afternoon, i'm pat lawson muse. >> and i'm wendy rieger sitting in for jim handly. first, our heatwave continues to be our top story, and again today, it is sticky and hot out there and it's only going to get worse. >> doug kammerer joins us now with a heat warning. >> yeah, ladies, this is turning into what's going to be a dangerous situation over the next couple days. you know it's hot, you know it's humid. we've been talking about that. but this is something that we really do not deal with very often here in the washington, d.c. area. temperatures around 100 degrees. a heat index close to 110 to potentially 115. right now, 93 degrees, the current temperature with that heat index coming in at 101. we're looking at a lot of sunshine, but extremely hazy conditions around the area. right now, 99 degrees into frederick, maryland. 94 in la plata. fredericksburg around 95 degrees. and 93 in manassas. typically, this would be a hot day. look at the heat index right now. and this is the way it feels on the exposed skin. 112 in fredericksburg, 109 in la plata, 103
. >> wendy murphy we trust your judgment what do you think is going on here? >> i put a lot of elements out there. i know you think my theorys are crazy. i read the witness statements i didn't wake th make that up abo child porn stuff. every other case i have done with you over the past 15 years what matters most motives and opportunity and intent but motive and opportunity. we have what for motive? she goes out partying so she killed her kids. we have blockbuster represent ago movie spending the night with her boyfriend. motive doesn't fly and the jury saw the videotape. we have evidence she wasn't with wendy and the child on -- wasn child on the 16th or 17th. >> got to go wendy. [ male announcer ] the network -- a network of possibilities. in here, the planned combination of at&t and t-mobile would deliver our next generation mobile broadband experience to 55 million more amecans, many in small towns and rural communities, giving them a new choice. we'll deliver better service, with thousands of new cell sites... f greater access to all the things you want, whenever you want th
afternoon, welcome to news4 at 4:00, i'm wendy rieger in for pat lawson muse. >> and i'm jim handly. we' here we go, folks. all redskins report tomorrow, and team management had a very busy day today, still trying to work the phones to get more deals done. dan hellie joins us with the donovan mcnabb trade talk and much more you're hearing out there. dan? >> yeah, jim, it was a very busy day and night. the redskins trying to fill -- well, basically a lot of positions. there are a lot of needs in this organization right now. the biggest one overnight, literally and figuratively, barry cofield comes, only missed one game in five seasons. he is a big old 300-plus-pound run stopper in the middle. dan at a stall worth, and ankle long clemens expected to be a back up. they also traded jeremy jarmin a supplemental draft pick for wide receiver jabbar gaffaney from the new england patriots, most recently with the denver broncos. so shannahan dealing with his old team. as for the quarter back, donovan mcnabb, it looks like this deal is going to go down. the redskins do have a trade in place with t
surprising about that. >> not if you know wendy. >> i thought she was great. >> gosh. >> her reaction was so much faster than everybody else. not only there, she goes back, hits the guy, falls down, gets up, then when he was leaving, he had the shaving cream all over him she shoved it in his face. >> amazing. so instinktive and wendy like. >> it's all in a day's work as a wife. >> everybody else is flinching. >> it was great. she wanted to protect her man and she went for him. that was great. >> thank god someone did. >> talk about her. you all know her well. tell me about wendy. >> she is one of the most driven, focused, toughest people i have ever met. >> she's very direct. i find it beguiling. she's just going at it in a direct way. >> what do you mean? >> she will come out, ask what is on her mind, get right in your face. whatever she's thinking about. >> we gave an event for an art fair. she was like who is the guy putting this on. she has no social nonsense. she goes off the subject. >> she has limitless ambition. she started out with a house in china, with a dirt floor. now she's marr
cream pie, thrown by a man identified as johnny marbles. murdoch's wife, wendi deng, leaping to his defense. more questions to rupert and his son james. louise mensch accused me not one but twice of boasting in a book that i had gotten scoops when i worked for the daily mirror. >> piers morgan side open until his book, clearly published before this whole controversy broke, that he had hacked phones, he said that he won scoop of the year for a story, and he actually gave a tutorial on how one accesses voice mail by punching in a set default code, and clearly from the account that he gives, he did it routinely as editor of "the daily mirror." >> absolutely wrong, mrs. mensch. i never hack aid phone, never told anyone else to hack a phone. here is what i actually said in the book "the insider." apparently if you don't change the standard security code that every phone comes with, then anyone can call your number and if you don't answer, tap in the standard four-digit code to hear all your messages. i'll change mine just in case. but it makes me wonder how many public figures and celebr
and which side did a better job of proving its case. we have diane dimond and former prosecutor wendy murphy on the right side of your screen. thanks to both of you for joining us today. >> sure. >> before we get started, i want to play a bite from defense lawyer jose baez who on monday raised the issue of reasonable doubt, telling the jury they have it. take a listen. >> these are the facts that you have heard. and these are the facts that prove beyond a reasonable doubt that casey anthony is guilty of murder in the first degree. reasonable doubt lives here. it's throughout the case. it's right here. it's with these individuals. it's with those individuals. it's everywhere. you can't trust this evidence. you can't. >> all right. so we started with the prosecutor first. wendy, let me start with you. did the prosecution remove any reasonable doubt? many say that jose baez may have a point here that without a cause of death, it is very hard to get a first-degree murder conviction here. what are your thoughts? >> yeah. the interesting thing, i thought jeff ashton did a technically better closin
an accuser, they had dna evidence, so that was why they made that arrest. >> jonathan, stay with us. wendy is also going to join us, wendy murphy, who is a former prosecutor. what do you think of what has happened just within the last two or three hours and with what jonathan was just telling us about these allegations of lies? >> well, you know, call me a cynic, but i sort of think this was more predictable maybe than others. i wrote a piece for "women's e news" and i said, this guy's got a lot of money, this case is going to go, poof. it's really all about what story will come out to make it seem legitimate. i'm very suspicious of this story on so many levels. number one, if it remains the case that the defense is consent and she says it wasn't consensual, who cares what she's lied about in the past? let a jury figure out what is the truth. and also a past history of sexual offenses, does that mean he really is guilty and let's not even have a trial? do we make such judgments about people's past? and let's remember, right away in this case, dsk had people in africa offering this woman mo
class in russia is consuming large quantities of america's fast food. so much so wendy's says it will open 190 restaurants across the area many the next ten years. we have more from moscow. a good saturday morning to you. a little by of a delay there. is russia the new fast food nation? >> reporter: alex, good morning to you. they're not there yet. traditional russian tastes are changing. near 4 moscow you can find plenty of borsch and caviar. recently the food scene has taken on a decidely american flavor. over 20 years after mcdonald's first opened its doors in moscow, the golden arches are the undisputed king for fast food in russia. over the past few years, its near monopoly is being challenged. the newest kid on the block is wendy's who is betting big on opening its first restaurant in downtown moscow. >> not only the largest in moscow for us, it should be the largest wendy's in the world. >> reporter: wednesdayier's joins other chain restaurants in taking the moscow dining scene by storm. the number of chain outlets in this city grew by 20% alone and know where are there
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